Another week, starting with a grunge makeup tutorial including a lot of color and glitter. I love to create looks like this and I also love to wear them, although makeup looks like this one, might not be for everybody. You definitely need to be confident wearing looks like this. And you definitely should. Because it’s not only fun to create glittery makeup looks, they’re also fun to wear. But of course I give you a few options on where you can stop the look, to make it more wearable or enough for you. See in the video, what I mean by that.

Grunge Glitter Tears Makeup

As you guys know me by now, I sometimes start of with an idea and then it quickly escalates. Well, this also happened, when I created this look. Starting of with a wing and some color in the inner corner and ending up with a wing, inner corner color and a lot of glitter as well. Now, that’s how I roll and that’s what I love about makeup, that it’s fun, you can play and try out a lot of things and at the end of the day, you can simply wash it off.

grunge makeup

Products I’ve used:

Primer – Becca Backlight Primer

Foundation – Bobbi Brown Skin Long-Wear Weightless Foundation Sand 02

Concealer – Maybelline Fit Me 10, Maybelline Age Rewind light & Bobbi Brown Instant Full Cover Concealer porcelain

Powder – Mac Next to Nothing light

Contour – Illamasqua Gel Sculpt Silhoutte

Blush – NYX Illuminating Sticks

Eyeshadow – Kryolan Eyeshadow Palette eggplant; ABH Moonchild ice blue & lucky clover; NYX Multifinish Palette Electic blue, satin blue, satin lime & lime; Glisten Cosmetics yellow glitter

Eyeliner – Colourpop Creme Gel Liner punch

Mascara – Loreal Paradise Extatic Mascara; NYX Vivid Brights vivid saphire;

Lashes – Rouge&Rogue Faux Mink Lashes luminara

Highlighter – ABH Moonchild ice blue

Lips – Colourpop Lux Lipstick boy & Yes to coconot lipoil

grunge makeup

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I would love to know, if you would wear a look like this, or if you prefer natural looks instead?